Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Q's Creative Card Class: AUTUMN BLESSINGS

Autumn arrives and I feel like I've come home.  There is so much I love about this season, that's it's always a challenge to narrow down my choices.

But I did.  Stately trees, scroll work, birds, pumpkins, leaves, turkeys, home and of course, beautiful word art that you get as part of the class, so you can make as many as you want.

Autumn is too fleeting, so join me in October and bless the lives of your family & friends with a note or thanks, friendship or maybe an invitation?

Bonus: Included with this class will be the instructions on making a Thanksgiving Tablescape.  Leave out the  "brighten blessings" box all November, encouraging your family to 'count' their blessings by writing them on a piece of paper and dropping them in to the box.  Place the box on the Thanksgiving dinner table and share the 'blessings' as part of this special day.  Also includes a place card.


Autumn Blessings Card Class


Class Schedule
Wednesday, Oct. 5th      South Jordan Roberts           10:00am - noon
Wednesday, Oct. 5th      West Jordan Senior Center    5:30 - 7:30 pm
Thursday, Oct. 6th          American Fork Roberts          6 - 8 pm
Tuesday, Oct. 11th         South Jordan Roberts           10:00am - noon
Tuesday, Oct. 11th         South Jordan Roberts           6 - 8 pm
Thursday, Oct. 13th        Orem Roberts                      6 - 8 pm
Friday, Oct. 14th             Layton Hobby Lobby            10am - noon
Friday, Oct. 14th             Layton Hobby Lobby             2 - 4 pm
Friday, Oct. 14th             Layton Hobby Lobby            5:30 - 7:30 pm 

What to Bring
Scissors (long and fine tipped)
Adhesive: Glue Dots, Foam Squares, Roller Tape, Glossy accents, Dotto
Paper Piercer
2 long stick pins (for picking up beads and sequins)
Brown Ink Pad (versafine Vintage Sepia recommended)
Stamping Sponge

Any questions, please email me


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